Wow, it has been a long time since I have been on these forums. My life got pretty crazy for a while, but I still actively grow my carnivorous plants.
So, I experimented with cuttings since I have last been on here, and way more of them survived than I was expecting. So, now I have 8 rooted cuttings of a fast growing "mystery" nepenthes (I'm thinking it is probably Nepenthes alata, though it was marked as "Nepenthes Coccina"). Here's an image as an example http://i.imgur.com/WkFMSN8.jpg
These cuttings are rooted, most have already put out pitchers, and they do well in temperatures as high as 90 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and temperatures as low as 65 degrees Fahrenheit during the night (though they will do fine at regular household temperatures). They make for great windowsill plants, though they won't pitcher as much with low light. Pitchers produced by cuttings are about 2 inches long at the moment, and the parent plant regularly produces pitchers 5 inches long (sometimes longer). The parent produced a lot of basils and thick climbing vines.
This giveaway is for people just starting with nepenthes, who currently have no more than 5 different species or hybrids in their collection. PM me for shipping arrangements, because I am not paying for shipping with this one.